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A scientist in Atlanta creates a revolutionary breakthrough in accessing the untapped potential in humans, and in so doing, sows the seeds of a decades-spanning conflict between Homo Sapiens and a group of people—a 98-pound weakling, a police detective, a boy with learning difficulties and an illness-prone woman—who become the first generation of Homo Evoguía... the Self-E ...more
ebook, 703 pages
Published July 10th 2011 by Right Brane ePublications

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Isaac Johnson
Aug 19, 2011 Isaac Johnson rated it really liked it
I sent feedback to the author and found out this book was written some time ago so I won't be harsh about some of the initial outdated computer models.

I felt it could stand for some further editing. At points it just got too descriptive about process and i felt it needs some punch ups in action. For instance, in the begining, we outline the process the lead scientist uses but after a quick explination, i could have gone without the details of subsequent sessions. Later in the book there are some
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Steven Lyle Jordan has been writing science fiction novels for nearly 20 years. Living during the Space Age, the Computer Age, the tail end of the Cold War and the beginnings of the Environmental Era has molded his views on science and technology, and their place in society and the natural world, a perspective that clearly comes across in his novels. He's officially given up on the flying car, but ...more
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